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Shin Se-kyung, "Song Seung-heon makes me laugh and Yeon Woo-jin makes me nervous"

2013/04/23 | 5946 views | Permalink | Source

Shin Se-kyung confessed that she actually felt nervous even when the camera wasn't rolling.

She appeared at the press conference of the MBC drama, "When A Man's in Love" and said, "I am romancing Song Seung-heon and Yeon Woo-jin. Song is like a child in the drama so he makes me laugh a lot. Woo-jin makes my heart thud".

Shin Se-kyung takes on the role of Seo Mi-do, a poor girl who has the passion to become rich and successful. She stands in between Song Seung-heon and Yeon Woo-jin.

Shin Se-kyung said, "If it was me I would choose Yeon Woo-jin. However, Seo Mi-do has been through so much she does things some might not understand. Viewers task at her for what she does sometimes but she knew this was coming".

"When A Man's in Love" is aout the relationship between Song Seung-heon, Shin Se-kyung, Tein Woo-jin ad Chae Jeong-ahn. It was written by Kim In-yeong from "Women in the Sun".

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